Lots of popping the in the exhaust when Im in vacuum. Throwing out code 21. Dad drove it home and I followed in his truck, one point I saw white smoke with a little trace of blue in it when he took off, never did it again though but it may do itt more since its hard to watch the exhaust when you drive. Weird thing is, code doesn't come on until I get up to 50+ mph. Code 15 is also present.
Could it be possibly the timing? when we fixed the intermediate shft, we really just put it back together quick and werent 100% sure how to set the timing, the car is missing the cover that has the point of reference on it. If it isnt the timing, why wouldnt it be correcting a/f, gone bad or something?
The real point of reference for the cam are the 2 arrows on the sprocket pointing to the parting lines on the cam caps. Then the dot and the line in the int shaft cog line up with each other at 0^ on the flywheel. the distr is then set with the rotor pointing at #1.
Another thing to do is take a small punch and gently put a mark on the valve cover through the small timing hole in the cam sprocket. Then you can look through it to line things up easily.
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